AP/POLS4120 6.0 A: Political Leadership in Canada
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BLEN (Blended online and classroom)
Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite
A critical exploration of the study of Canadian political leadership in historical and comparative context. Engaging with key theoretical perspectives, students examine themes such as: the presidentialization of parliamentary democracy; the exercise of power in times of emergency; the branding of the Prime Ministers; diversity and representation; rebel leadership; and the ideological and democratic implications of leadership studies. Prerequisite: 78 credits or, for students with equivalent preparation, permission of the coordinator of political science. Course credit exclusion: GL/POLS/SOSC 4920 3.00. Prior TO FALL 2009: Prerequisite: 78 credits or, for students with equivalent preparation, permission of the coordinator of political science. Course credit exclusions: AK/POLS 4120 6.00, GL/POLS/SOSC 4920 3.00.
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